If you export to JPEG, you can't have transparency (format doesn't
support it), so you get the backrground color instead.

But what is the "cut tool"?  By default the "crop tool" crops the image
(all layers) so there is no transparency left.

On 21/08/2022 22:20, Kolbjørn Stuestøl via gimp-user-list wrote:
When using the cut tool it cuts the image as aspected. The area outside the cutting line 
is made transparent. But when exporting and importing the image it has the original size 
with the "removed" area colored with the background color used when the image 
was exported. The image original is showing fine inside the cut area.

Tried to save the cut image and reloading it again and then exporting it, but 
with the same result.

Tried to reinstall GIMP, but it didn't help anything.

A way around is to copy the wanted area as a new image and then export the copy.

Running GIMP 2.10.32 on Windows 11. (Downloaded from gimp.org/downloads/).

Hoping someone has a solution on this problem.

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